|Woolman: Letters to the Land|
Letters to the land from community members at the John Woolman School and Woolman Semester in Nevada City, California.
Keywords: Annelise Hildebrandt; Woolman Semester; John Woolman School; Nevada City; California
|Brendan Phillips - Old Coyote - Brendan Phillips|
Live performance of Brendan Phillips covering a classic Al Grierson song at the Powell House in Nevada City, Ca on November 24th 2012
Keywords: Brendan Phillips; nevada city; old coyote; al grierson; baby gramps; utah phillips
|Stacking Functions - Woolman Friends School|
Students at the Woolman Semester explore the process of permaculture through personal narratives of several permaculture practitioners. Stacking Functions takes a look at the way Permaculture is subverting the dominant paradigm of unsustainable agriculture with interviews from local and international Permaculturists. The film captures the beauty of Nevada County with stunning cinematography.
Keywords: Graeme Waring-Crane; William Armstrong; Woolman Semester; Woolman Friends School; Nevada City; California
|Non-Profits Impact on the Nevada County Economy|
Join us at Sierra Commons in Nevada City for a lively discussion on how non-profit organizations focused on the environment enhance our local economy. Panelists include Heidi Hall (SYRCL) Izzy Martin (The Sierra Fund), and Peter Van Zant (Sierra Watch). Moderated by Robert Trent of Sierra Commons
Keywords: Sierra Commons; Rural Economy; Nevada County; Nevada City; SYRCL; The Sierra Fund; Sierra Watch
|Baby Gramps Live at Powell House Nevada City - Baby Gramps|
Live recording on my Samsung Admire with Tape-a-Talk app on November 24 2012 at the Powell House in Nevada City. The show was a benefit for Utah's Place ( http://hospitalityhouseshelter.org/utahs-place/). Legendary musicians such as Dakota Sid and Jello Biafra were among the audience this night to watch Baby Gramps and Brendan Phillips perform.
Keywords: baby gramps; brendan phillips; nevada city; donovan; utah phillips; hospitality house; powell house
|General descriptive catalogue and price list, season of 1900-01 : specialties nuts of all kinds and grapes (Volume 1901) - Barren Hill Nursery|
Keywords: Nursery stock, California, Nevada City, Catalogs; Nut trees, Catalogs; Fruit, Catalogs
|The Block - The Woolman Semester|
The peace documentary “The Block” is produced by three Woolman Semester students— Carlos Madrigal of Oakland, California, Anna Seifert of Marshall, Michigan and Colman Lee of Greenfield, Massachusetts—for their Peace Studies project during the semester of Fall 2011. This documentary challenges the conventional wisdom about gangs and asks us to consider the possibility that gangs could be a force for peace and justice in neighborhoods...
Keywords: Anna Seifert; Colman Lee; Carlos Madrigal; Woolman Semester; Oakland; Nevada City; California; Gangs; peace
|Insight: Tommy Chong / Grass Roots summer tour|
Actor and comedian Tommy Chong is performing in Sacramento this weekend. On the next Insight, the award-winning comedian who was part of the comedy team Cheech & Chong tells you about his career and what he's up to lately. Musicians from Nevada City's Grass Roots Record Company kick off their summer tour in Sacramento tonight. On the next Insight, you’ll meet three of the featured artists - Lee Bob Watson, Mariee Sioux and Aaron Ross - and hear them perform live in our studio.
Keywords: Tommy Chong; Grass Roots Record Company; Nevada City; Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Supplement to general catalogue and price list season 1894-95 : specialties: nuts, prunes and grapes (Volume 1895) - Barren Hill Nursery|
Keywords: Nurseries (Horticulture), California, Nevada City, Catalogs; Nut trees, Catalogs; Fruit, Catalogs
|Boktown 1 March 2010: Molly Fisk/Penelope Curtis and David Comstock - Eric Tomb|
Eric Tomb talks with Nevada County poet Molly Fisk about her new book The More Difficult Beauty. He then talks with Penelope Curtis and David Comstock about the Historical Preservation Conference that will take place in Nevada City and Grass Valley in May and the books that will be available there.
Keywords: KVMR-FM book program; books; w; Molly Fisk; The More Difficult Beauty; Penelope Curtis; David C omstock; California Preservation Foundation; Nevada City; Grass Valley
|Insight: Ski Resort / Indigenous Peoples / Jian Wang / Janiva Magness|
Ski Resort Building - How can ski resorts be built in a way that is environmentally and socially just? Itâs the focus of a book by a Tahoe author who learned lessons from a development in Arizona. Today on Insight, Brennan Lagasse explains how they could apply to our area. Indigenous Peoples Days - Monday is Columbus Day, a holiday that inspires mixed feelings, at best, among many of America's native people...
Keywords: ski resort development; Brennan Lagasse; Indigenous Peoples Days; Nevada City; Jian Wang; Sacramento painter; Janiva Magness; singer; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: SMUD Changes / Chad Gerlach / Giacomo Fiore|
SMUD Changes - Sacramento's electric utility will soon start distributing hundreds of thousands of smart meters to its customers. The goal is to give SMUD and its customers much greater ability to monitor and reduce electric consumption. SMUD's board is scheduled to approve the rollout tomorrow. How will the smart electric grid work? How exactly will it benefit people? Chad Gerlach - Sacramento pro cyclist Chad Gerlach is back in the saddle racing in the US and overseas...
Keywords: SMUD changes; smart electric meters; Chad Gerlach; bicycle racing; Nevada City Bicycle Classic; Giacomo Fiore; Genteel; Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Gang injunction / Grassroots / Graswich|
Gang injunction - A gang injunction in West Sacramento is polarizing the community. Today on Insight, you'll hear why some people think it's good for the community, while others call it unconstitutional and racist. Grass Roots - You'll meet the founder of Grass Roots Record Company, a new record label based in Nevada City. Find out why Mark Snegg is staying out of LA. Graswich - R.E. Graswich's column was a tri-weekly favorite amongst readers, who loved his ironic wit and his ability to find int...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; gang injunction; Grass Roots Record Company; Nevada City; Mark Snegg; R.E. Graswich; Sacramento Bee
|Laura Eden and Chris Olander on San Francisco PEG TV - John Rhodes|
This is the San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show with John Rhodes and Clara Hsu. In my segment we have Chris Olander. Chris Olander is from the Grass Valley-Nevada City sort of area of California to one side of Sacramento, He works for California Poets in the Schools. In Clara's segment, poet Laura Eden will be reading from the works of the recently passed H.D.Moe.
Keywords: Chris Olander; H.D. Moe; David Moe; San Francisco; Nevada City poetry; Laura Eden; John Rhodes; Clara Hsu; open mic poetry; California Poets in the Schools
|Insight: Sierra Storytelling Festival|
The Sierra Storytelling Festival is this weekend at the North Columbia Schoolhouse near Nevada City. Today on Insight, you’ll meet three of the featured participants – John Deaderick, Robert Greygrass and Bil Lepp – and hear some of their stories.
Keywords: Sierra Storytelling Festival; North Columbia Schoolhouse; Nevada City; Nevada County; John Deaderick; Robert Greygrass; Bil Lepp; Martin Jenkins; Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Debate Team / "Dandelion Dust" / Todd Borg / Fishtank Ensemble|
Debate Team - In recent years, Mira Loma High School's Speech and Debate Team has enjoyed state-wide and national success. A team member joins us to debate health care, and to speak about the tremendous growth and success the team has experienced since it's conception four years ago. "Like Dandelion Dust" - A Sacramento native stars in award-winning film "Like Dandelion Dust," which opens the Nevada City Film Festival...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; speech and debate; debate team; Mira Loma; health care; Like Dandelion Dust; Kate Levering; Nevada City Film Festival; Todd Borg; Owen McKenna; Tahoe Night; Fishtank Ensemble; live performance
|Insight: "A Farwell to Alms" / Nevada City Film Fest / Richard Glazier|
"A Farwell to Alms" - A revolutionary theory about why the industrial revolution happened is explored in a new book by a UC Davis economics professor. Today on Insight, you’ll meet Gregory Clark and he’ll tell you what he thinks separates rich and poor nations today. His book is "a Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World." Nevada City Film Fest - The Nevada City Film Festival begins today...
Keywords: A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World; Nevada City Film Festival; Girls Rock; Arne Johnson; Gregory Clark; Richard Glazier; Great American Songbook; George Gershwin; Harold Arlen; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Apple Manual: GoldRush-Book|
Apple Manual: GoldRush-Book
Keywords: gold; mining; miners; town; sutter; san; nevada; quartz; diggings; creek; gold rush; san francisco; sutter creek; san andreas; nevada city; grass valley; mother lode; quartz mining; mokelumne hill; mining camps
|Insight: Sutter Buttes / Climate Change / Sacramento Baseball Greats|
A proposal to divide private property in the Sutter Buttes into separate parcels is raising concerns. What is the role of the Buttes in Sutter County and what kind of development are Supervisors willing to approve? A conference on climate change in the Sierra takes place in Nevada City this week. Today on Insight, experts tell you how climate change will affect the Sierra Nevada region and what can be done to adapt to these changes...
Keywords: Sutter Buttes; Sutter County development; dividing parcels; climate change; Sierra Nevada; Nevada City conference; baseball players; Alan O'Connor; historian; Gold on the Diamond: Sacramento's Great Baseball Players 1886-1976; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Native Pollinators / 9 Parts of Desire / Tangible Applause|
Native Pollinators - Chances are, when you think about pollination you think about bees. But, other creatures also contribute to plant reproduction. Today on Insight, you'll hear about them, and about efforts to preserve their habitat. "9 Parts of Desire" is a play about of the complex and often dangerous lives of a cross-section of Iraqi women. It was inspired by playwright Heather Raffo's trip to the Saddam Art Center in Baghdad...
Keywords: native pollinators; pollination; habitat; 9 Parts of Desire; Heather Raffo; Saddam Art Center; Tangible Applause; Nevada City; arts supporters; composer; Mark Vance; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|GVTV NEWS 7-17-13 - Grass Valley Television Executive Producer Randy Hansen / Anchor|
Now Grass Valley Television's : GVTV NEWS is the only visual news show for Nevada County, California. We have our own website at www.gvtv.org and Grass Valley Television produces this show and has an internet TV station at www.grassvalleytelevision.com. Producer/Anchor is Randy Hansen and special Roving Reporter Juan Browne and other anchors are Sharena Knoke, Elisse Garner and Nicole Teichmann. You can reach the station at the following places: Phone: 530-362-8889 and email: grassvalleytelevisi...
Keywords: gvtv; news; grass valley television; nctv; ncdmc; politic; police blotter; nevada county; nevada city; truckee; north san juan; americantowns; california; randy hansen; elisse garner; nicole teichmann; molly roth; sharena knoke; juan browne; clint walker
|Apple Manual: Gold Rush California Gold|
Apple Manual: Gold Rush California Gold
Keywords: gold; mining; miners; town; sutter; san; nevada; quartz; diggings; creek; gold rush; san francisco; sutter creek; san andreas; mother lode; grass valley; nevada city; mokelumne hill; main street; angels camp
|Insight: News Network / Nature Kids / I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - A new law prohibiting the use of dogs to hunt bears in California is getting mixed reaction in the Sierra Nevada. We'll talk about this and other issues with Brian Hamilton, editor of Grass Valley and Nevada City's newspaper, The Union. Plus, Sacramento Press Reporter Brandon Darnell joins us to discuss the heated city council race for Sacramento's 4th district. Nature Kids - Local documentary filmmaker Kenny Ballentine was inspired to make "Nature Kids" after he noticed the posti...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Brian Hamilton, editor of Grass Valley and Nevada City's newspaper, The Union; Nature Kids; Kenny Ballentine, documentary filmmaker; I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; Cosmopolitan Cabaret; Michael Dotson; Jennifer Melenke
|Booktown 24 July 2006 - Eric Tomb|
Eric Tomb talks with actor and author Clint Walker, who will appear this evening at the Nevada Theatre in Nevada City with a presentation of an episode from his classic TV show Cheyenne and his recent novel Yaqui Gold; with outgoing Nevada County Librarian Steve Fjelsted; and with Booktown's Camptonville correspondent John Deaderick. The books Eric and John discuss include * The Good Soldier by Ford Madox Ford (many editions) * Shadowplay by Clare Asquith (Public Affairs) * North American Pinot ...
Keywords: KVMR-FM book program, books, Booktown, Clint Walker, Nevada Theatre, Nevada City, Cheyenne, Yaqui Gold, Steve Fjelsted, John Deaderick, The Good Soldier, ord Madox Ford, Shadowplay, Clare Asquith, North American Pinot Noir, John Winthrop Haeger, evolution of lizards, The Stranger, Albert Camus, Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston
|Insight: Justice Goldstone / Mr. Salsa / Suchard / 'Snow Falling on Cedars'|
Justice Goldstone - One of the world's most eminent lawyers is back in Sacramento. Justice Richard Goldstone is a former judge of South Africa's Constitutional Court, and former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. More recently, Justice Goldstone led the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict. Today on Insight, we'll talk with Justice Richard Goldstone about his work...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Richard Goldstone; United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict; South Africa Constitutional Court Justice; Mr. Salsa; salsa music and dance festival; Fania record label; Lior Suchard; spoon-bending; mind-reading; Snow Falling on Cedars; Kevin McKeon; California stage premiere, Nevada City; Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra
|Insight: Mary Nichols / Lee Bob Watson / Iron Chef Cat Cora|
Mary Nichols - You'll meet Mary Nichols, the new chair of the California Air Resources Board recently appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to replace Robert Sawyer. She talks with KXJZ Capitol Bureau Chief Marianne Russ. Lee Bob Watson - Musician Lee Bob Watson's new album, "Aficionado," is set for release today. You'll hear some songs from the new album. This segment originally aired June 22, 2007...
Keywords: Mary Nichols; California Air Resources Board; Marianne Russ; Lee Bob Watson; Aficionado; Grass Roots Record Company, Nevada City; musician; singer-songwriter; Iron Chef; Cat Cora; Food Network; Cooking from the Hip; Chefs for Humanity; Martin Jenkins; KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio
|Insight: Compensation Insurance / Storytelling Festival / Sound Advice|
State Compensation Insurance - California's tentative budget deal includes a plan to sell a portion of the government-controlled workers comp insurance fund. Today on Insight, Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner tells you what that means. Sierra Storytelling Festival - Every summer for a weekend, storytellers and listeners gather near Nevada City for the Sierra Storytelling Festival. This is the 24th year of the festival...
Keywords: State Fund; State Compensation Insurance; California budget; California Insurance Commissioner; Steve Poizner; Sierra Storytelling Festival; Nevada City storytellers; Izzi Tooinsky; Baba Jamal Koram; John Deaderick; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner; Wanderlust Festival; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Filmmaker Greg Finton / Higgs Particle / Marcos Breton / Sound Advice: Launch - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Filmmaker Greg Finton - Award-winning Sacramento filmmaker and editor Greg Finton is a busy man who has worked on biographies of both Barack Obama and Dick Cheney. This Saturday you will find the two films, "The World According To Dick Cheney" and "A Mother's Promise: Barack Obama Bio Film," as well as Finton, at the Nevada City Film Festival. Finton will also present a special screening of "Making Dazed" Saturday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the classic high school cruising film "Daze...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Greg Finton, fommaker; World According to Dick Cheney, The; Mother's Promise: Barack Obama Bio Film, A; Making Dazed; Nevada City Film Festival; Higgs particle; Gerard 't Hooft, Nobel Prize-winning scientist; Marcos Breton, Sacramento Bee columnist; Sound Advice: Launch; LAUNCH music and arts festival; Clay Nutting; Mike Hargis
|Insight: News Network: The Union / Higgs Boson / Ruthie Bolton / Critical Hit|
News Network: The Union - In this week's News Network we're talking to Brian Hamilton, editor of Grass Valley and Nevada City's newspaper, The Union. Stories include the Penn Valley soldier wounded in 'green-on-blue' attack, and a mountain lion attacking a man near Yuba River. Higgs Boson - Last week's discovery of the Higgs boson particle in the Large Hadron Collider beneath Geneva, Switzerland may help scientists answer some of humankind's greatest questions, like where did the universe come f...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: The Union; Brian Hamilton, editor, Grass Valley/Nevada City paper, The Union; Higgs Boson; Andreas Albrecht, chair, UC Davis Department of Physics; Summer Sanders, Olympic medalist and torch-bearer; Ruthie Bolton, Olympic Gold Medalist and Monarchs star; Ride of a Lifetime, The; Critical Hit comedy show
|Insight: School Tests Explainer / Depression & Food / Todd Borg / Steve Goodall / Sound Advice|
School Tests Explainer - What are all these test results that come out in August (STAR, CAHSEE, API, etc)? We'll get an explanation from Sacramento Bee database reporter Phillip Reese, who recently co-authored a story about Sacramento area's rise in STAR test proficiency. Depression and Food - A new study from the World Health Organization shows the prevalence of depression in high income countries...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; school tests; Phillip Reese, Sacramento Bee database reporter; depression and food; food and depression; World Health Organization (WHO) study; Trudy Scott, nutritionist; Steve Goodall, director, Someplace with a Mountain; Someplace with a Mountain, narrated by Chevy Chase; Nevada City Film Festival; Todd Borg, author, Tahoe Hijack; Tahoe Hijack; Sound Advice: Jazz; Gary Vercelli
|Insight: San Diego Mayor Update / Male Breast Cancer / Maggie McKaig / Two in Tune - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
San Diego Mayor Update - Embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has pleaded guilty to mistreating women. We'll get an update on this story from journalist Scott Lewis from Voice of San Diego. Male Breast Cancer - Woman are a hundred times more likely to get breast cancer than men. But that doesn't mean guys have nothing to worry about. In 2013, more than 2,000 men were diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States, according to the American Breast Cancer Society...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; San Diego Mayor Update; Bob Filner, San Diego Mayor; pleaded guilty to mistreating women; Scott Lewis, journalist from Voice of San Diego; Male Breast Cancer; 2,000 men were diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States; American Breast Cancer Society; John DiMichele; invasive ductal carcinoma in 2011; men about the risk of breast cancer; Making Strides Against Breast Cancer; fundraising walk, Sunday; Maggie McKaig; Maggie McKaig, Nevada City musician; tragic murder that shook her family 150 years ago; one-night only show Cumberland Suite at the Nevada Theatre in Nevada City; personal history of the Civil War; song, music, and spoken word; Two in Tune; Sylvia McNair, Two-time Grammy Award winner and regional Emmy Award winner; songs of George and Ira Gershwin; Sacramento Philharmonic; concert this Saturday; series of collaborations; Sacramento Opera; Michael Morgan, Sacramento Philharmonic Conductor; upcoming Gershwin concerts
|Insight: May Revise / Tour of California / Mexico Advocacy / Sierra Book|
May Budget Revise - Will California have to eliminate or slash welfare programs to balance a $19-billion deficit? And, if not, where else could the money come from? On Friday afternoon, Governor Schwarzenegger released the latest draft of his proposed budget - the so-called May Revise. In it, he called for scrapping California's welfare-to-work program CALWORKS, and deep cuts to many other programs...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; May Revise; CALWORKS; 19-billion deficit; Tour of California; Nevada City; downtown Sacramento; stage two; Davis; Santa Rosa; James Raia; Ben Adler; cycling race; Mexico Advocacy Day; immigration law; Arizona; Sean Carlos Cazares Ahearne; Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez; Andrew Selee; Sierra Anthology; anthology; Sierra Nevada; original illustrations; biologist; Illuminated Landscape: A Sierra Nevada Anthology, the; Sierra College; Rocklin
|Physician Hiring Ban / Natomas / Blue Tuesday / Arsenic Lobster|
Physician Hiring Ban - California has a shortage of doctors in rural areas and a new Senate bill aims to lift a legal ban that critics say perpetuates the problem. Yesterday on Insight, we talked with a doctor and legislative advocate for the Association of California Healthcare Districts who support SB 726. Today, we hear from the opposition, which includes the California Medical Assocation and the Central Valley Heath Network...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; physician hiring ban; SB 726; David Quakenbush; Dev GnanaDev, Dr; California Medical Assocation; Central Valley Heath Network, the; Natomas Permits Update; Ben Adler; Sacramento City Hall; Natomas building moratorium; FEMA; Blue Tuesday; indie rock band; Eli Kirshbaum; Chris Griggs; Dawson Timpany; Jeff Baldock; Phillip DiLeo; Nevada City high school seniors; Off Air; Nick Brunner; Arsenic Lobster, The; Sacramento State; Peter Grandbois; hybrid memoir; studio performance; David Watts Barton
|Insight: Capitol Chat: Debate / Raphael Delgado / Marc Maron At Nevada City Film Festival / Sound Advice: Classical - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat: Debate - Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler gives a preview of Thursday night's one and only gubernatorial debate between Gov. Jerry Brown and Neel Kashkari. Raphael Delgado - Sacramento artist Raphael Delgado has a new exhibit at Sac State this month. “Not Rocket Science” is described as “a daring and colorful exploration into several experimental forms of abstract painting and sculpture, creating parallels between art and physics.” A reception is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat: Debate; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio Bureau Chief; Jerry Brown, Governor; Neel Kashkari; Raphael Delgado, artist; Not Rocket Science; University Union Art Gallery; Marc Maron, comedian; Nevada City Film Festival; WTF podcast; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters, Capital Public Radio’s classical morning host; Carmina Burana; new takes on a few of your favorite rock songs
|Insight: Marcos Breton / Wild and Scenic Film Fest / Kushman by the Bottle / Andy McKee - Capital Public Radio, iNC.|
Marcos Breton - The Sacramento City Council has approved the use of eminent domain to acquire land and the building on it in order to build a new downtown arena. We'll talk about this development and other political and legal wrangling involving the proposed sports and entertainment complex with Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton. He usually joins us at the start of each month to discuss a range of topics facing the Sacramento region...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; CSU Sacramento; Marcos Breton, Sacramento Bee columnist; Wild and Scenic Film Festival, Nevada City; Pandora's Promis; Gasland II; Jeff Litton, filmmaker; shark-finning film; fracking film; Environmental Lawyers and the Protection of Sharks; Melinda Booth, organizer, Wild and Scenic Film Festival; Kushman by the Bottle; Rick Kushman; wine expert Rick Kushman; Andy McKee, composer/guitarist; Drifting; guitar player Andy McKee; studio performance; live performance
|Insight: King Fire Updates And Air Quality Info / "River Music" / Maestro Peter Jaffe - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
King Fire Updates With CapRadio's Bob Moffitt Cooler weather and higher humidity levels have helped crews make progress against the King Fire burning in Placer and El Dorado counties, but the fire continues to grow. The latest figures had 87,592 acres charred with more than 5,000 firefighters working to put it out. It’s 18% contained, and over the weekend the US Forest Service confirmed that 10 homes and 22 outbuildings were destroyed by the fire in the Pollock Pines area...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; King Fire Update; Bob Moffitt; Air quality affected by King fire; Dave Johnston, El Dorado County Air Quality Management District; Thomas Cahill, professor emeritus of physics and atmospheric sciences at UC Davis; Yuba River salmon run; Nevada City high school; Music in the Mountains festival; Cristine Kelly, Music in the Mountains; Mike Bloebaum, documentary producer; Peter Jaffe's 20th Season with Stockton Symphony; Stockton Symphony
|Insight-130614: Capitol Chat / Bay Delta Tour / News Updates / Tuskegee Airmen and Beyond"/ Pianist Pauline Yang - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat - Early today, the California State Assembly and Senate began debating the tenative state budget deal reached this week between legislative Democrats and Governor Jerry Brown. In this week's Capitol Chat, reporter Katie Orr updates on the steps toward finalizing a deal, which is due by Saturday, June 15. Bay Delta Tour - Capital Public Radio Environmental Reporter Amy Quinton is on a three-day tour of the Delta, put on by the California Water Education Foundation...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; California State Assembly and Senate; tenative state budget deal; Governor Jerry Brown; Katie Orr, reporter; Bay Delta Tour; Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio Environmental Reporter; three-day tour of the Delta; California Water Education Foundation; bear control; sharing the American River Parkway; The Tuskegee Airmen and Beyond; Dr. David Styles; California Military Museum in Old Sacramento; Pauline Yang, Pianist; The Miners Foundry in Nevada City; Gold Country Piano Institute; The Alumni Series; concert and a master class; Philadelphia Orchestra debut; solo recital debut at Carnegie Hall at the age of eleven; The Juilliard School's Pre-College Division; Saturday night concert
|Insight: News Network / Nevada's New Laws / "Underneath" / Poet Sharon Olds - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - One of the most controversial aspects of any fair or circus is the use of animals in entertainment. And the Nevada County Fair is no exception. The animal entertainment group Have Trunk Will Travel will be offering elephant rides at this year's fair in August and the Scotts Valley-based Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) is spearheading a campaign to the stop the rides...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Nevada County Fair elephant rides; elephant rides at Nevada County Fair; Have Trunk Will Travel; Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE); Kim Midboe, The Union, Grass Valley/Nevada City; Jeff Hudson, reporter, Davis Enterprise; Nevada's new laws; new laws in Nevada; Sean Whaley, Capital Bureau Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal; Underneath; Sarah Jamila Stevenson, author, Underneath; suicide tale told in young adult novel Underneath; Sharon Olds, poet, Stag's Leap; Stag's Leap; Squaw Valley Community of Writers; Crocker Art Museum; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds
|Insight: Capitol Chat: Texas / Sports Madness / Grant-Lee Phillips / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam|
Capitol Chat: Texas - Texas Governor Rick Perry recently made waves in California with an ad and a visit to the state to encourage businesses to move to Texas. Just how different is Texas from California? What are the political differences and issues that would make for a "better business climate" as claimed by Perry? What would businesses gain by moving there? And do Texans really want a bunch of California businesses taking over their state? Houston Chronicle Reporter Dug Begley joins us for a...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Rick Perry, Texas Governor; Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle Reporter; encourage businesses to move to Texas; Sports Madness; March Madness; obsession with sports; Sacramento-based blogger, Skye Dickenson, author and sports journalist; Grant-Lee Phillips, Singer-songwriter; Miners Foundry in Nevada City; Grant-Lee Buffalo; REM; the Cranberries; Pearl Jam; the Smashing Pumpkins; Walking in the Green Corn; Sound Advice; Blue Dog Jam; Nick Brunner; They Might Be Giants; new soul by Charles Bradley; Public Radio Music Month; studio performance
|Insight: Capitol Chat / College Football's Underbelly / Mixing Eastern and Western Medicine / Michael Levine - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat - The California State has just wrapped up this session. Capital Public Radio's Capital Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us from the Capitol Bureau to wrap up what happened to bills still waiting to be passed. College Football's Underbelly - Most of us enjoy rooting for the old alma mater whenever football or basketball season rolls around. But does our love for college sports allow us to look past the sometimes nasty inner workings of university athletic programs? Should football coach...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capital Bureau Chief; bills still waiting to be passed; College Football's Underbelly; basketball; college sports; love for college sports; nasty inner workings of university athletic programs; multi-million dollar paycheck; Mark Kreidler, sports journalist; Mixing Eastern and Western Medicine; Eastern and Western medicine; healing; herbs; aspirin; Daphne Miller, MD, critically acclaimed author; Miners Foundry in Nevada City; September 13; Michael Levine; Harris Center in Folsom from September 13-15th; America's foremost musical ensembles; Cincinnati Pops; New York Pops; Philly Pops; classical masterpieces, Dixieland delights, jazzy swing, popular show tunes, patriotic melodies and Hollywood favorites
|Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / California's Business Climate / Reinette Senum / Sacramento Comedy Festival - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
The Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. California's Business Climate - Californians found out late last week that the state narrowly lost out on a bid for a new battery factory after months of courting...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; The Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Talk of the Nation; California's Business Climate; new battery factory; electric car manufacturing company Tesla Motors; state of Nevada; Reno; gigafactory; Jeffrey Michael, University of the Pacific Economist; California and Nevada's business climates; Reinette Senum, Former mayor and longtime Nevada City community leader; 25th Annual Col. William H. Bill Lambert Award; first woman to cross Alaska alone; Alaska Revisited; Sacramento Comedy Festival; 4th annual Sacramento Comedy Festival; Sacramento Comedy Spot in Midtown Sacramento; Brian Crall, creator of the festival
|Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Middle East Refugees / Poet Daniel Rounds / The Wailers - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; NPR; California politics; Middle East Refugees; Dr. Keith Watenpaugh, Professor of the Modern Middle East at UC Davis and the Director of the UC Davis Human Rights Initiative; Istanbul, Turkey; Turkey/Syrian Border; Poet Daniel Rounds; American River College's Ad Lumen Press; Lois Ann Abraham, fiction writer; Jason Sinclair Long, microfiction writer; Daniel Rounds, poet; Time Tested Books in Sacramento; The Wailers; Legend; Miners Foundry in Nevada City; Dwayne Danglin Anglin, Lead vocalist
|[December 10 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Give Me A Break... This Isn't News! Why All The Convulsions Of Moralistic Judgement On Chicago Politics And It's Practical Methods Of Self-Rule? - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: This morning's news segment is brought to you courtesy of KVMR, community radio for Nevada City California and beyond. Listen to KVMR It's International Human Rights Day, and it's also a 'Day without Gay' in California. More. Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich is in deep doo-doo. He was attempting to basically sell President-elect Obama's senate seat. More Chi-town politics. Still more from CNN...
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